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    Default Steering Ram 505 Turbo Diesel

    Poor old Pug has developed a serious bladder leak from the steering ram. Have tried different types of Stop Leak for steering but her mind is made up-'I will spew this goo out as quickly as possible all over the ground or any parts underneath me.'
    This is the attitude of the old girl-the 505 that is-can anyone help?
    There are no 505's around that are not on the road in this area- does anyone have one or know of one?
    I am aware that those still going will probably be also on their last legs. Have not tried to find the cost of a new one as this could put the 505 out to pasture for good.
    Hoping for suggestions
    Thanks Geoff.

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    Just phone Pugwreck in Melbourne and get a secondhand one mailed to you. It's only a 2-person operation and they're really decent people. They won't overcharge and the postage will only be 10 bucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by geedee View Post
    Poor old Pug has developed a serious bladder leak from the steering ram. Have tried different types of Stop Leak for steering but her mind is made up-'I will spew this goo out as quickly as possible all over the ground or any parts underneath me.'
    This is the attitude of the old girl-the 505 that is-can anyone help?
    There are no 505's around that are not on the road in this area- does anyone have one or know of one?
    I am aware that those still going will probably be also on their last legs. Have not tried to find the cost of a new one as this could put the 505 out to pasture for good.
    Hoping for suggestions
    Thanks Geoff.
    I bought a new one from EAI (in Melbourne) recently, around $200 I think.
    Graham

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    Default Steering ram

    Thanks for the advice have new one on order.
    Thanks Geoff

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